After Party Following Ja Rule Concert Breaks Out When Almost 1,000 People Show Up

An after party following a show featuring rapper Ja Rule broke out in chaos over the weekend (March 4) in Upstate, New York.

(AllHipHop News) Ja was in town to play at the Upstate Concert Hall, in Clifton New York.

The main show at the Upstate went off without a hitch, but an after party at a nearby bowling alley turned into pandemonium after almost a thousand people showed up.

According to the Times-Union, the private party at a bowling alley called Spare Time Lanes spiraled out of control.

Police received a 911 call stating that several fights were happening inside of the bowling alley.

Officers from across 16 different jurisdictions in upstate New York replied to the call and were met with an unruly crowd which started “damaging property” inside of the bowling alley.

Police ultimately dispersed the crowd and arrested two men for misdemeanor counts of resisting arrest.

Ja Rule was not present at the party, and cops are still trying to determine if the two events were related.

Sheriff: Clifton Park bowling alley fracas result of rap event

Sheriff: Clifton Park bowling alley fracas result of rap event

A large fight that grew from an out-of-control private party at Spare Time Lanes bowling alley late Saturday night resulted in the arrest of two people and another being ticketed. When patrols were on scene numerous fights began to break out and patrons began damaging property, the sheriff's office said, resulting in other outside police agencies being called. Kulsum H. Larry, 20, of Albany was charged with misdemeanor resisting arrest; Lamine Diakite, 18, of New York City, was charged with misdemeanor resisting arrest, fourth-degree attempted grand larceny, and fourth-degree attempted possession of a weapon; and a 21-year-old Brooklyn man was charged with a violation and given an appearance ticket.

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